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  • MSDN Student Flash

    Well Rounded People... Who needs them?

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    Today I sat in on a career and internship meeting for students at the university. I thought overall the meeting was very informative to these students and gave them a lot of insights into what an employer may be looking for. After the meeting a student...
  • I'm not a Klingon ( )

    UTF8 Security and Whidbey Changes

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    Unicode is always in the process of evolving, and some changes have been made to UTF8 in the last few versions. The UTF-8 algorithm is fairly simple, but there are a few clarifications that are important for security reasons. Primarily there is...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Hotel / Restaurant info for MAD Code Camp

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    I've posted information in an article on hotels and restaurants convenient to the Microsoft Reston office for those who may be considering attending the Mid-Atlantic Code Camp in May from out of town. I've also included a link to a document containing...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Reston Amenities

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    Whether you're attending our upcoming Mid-Atlantic Code Camp on May 7th, 2005, or coming for another event, here's a list of area hotels, restaurants, shops, etc. near Microsoft's Reston, VA office: Hotels Located at Reston Town Center – 5- 10 minute...
  • Keith Short's Blog

    SD Magazine Jolt Productivity Award 2005

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    Wow! We heard that our Software Factories book was awarded a “Productivity Award” in the General Books Category at the Software Development Magazine Jolt Awards last week. http://www.sdmagazine.com/pressroom/jolt_winners_2005.pdf This is a great honor...
  • Chris Rathjen

    The Merge Wizard is Wonderful, but not of Oz

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    I was going to take some advice from the comments in my last post, and do a more ViSual version of my merge examples. However, I got a little ways into it and realized it was going to be even longer and complicated (read: BORING) than the last one, even...
  • David L's Blog

    Happy Easter and Things

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    Just a few things before we all break for Easter: 1. Yesterday I went along to the Monash IT Society's Install Day 2005 . It was a great day, with lots of installs happening, both Windows and Linux, which was great. Big cheers to Tim, Shane, and the rest...
  • Adventures In SoftwareLand

    Rollin, rollin, rollin, keep them people rollin....

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    As anyone who's read this blog in the past 2 weeks knows... I'm moving! I'm finally packed and ready to roll. I'm driving from Mountain View to Seattle starting tomorrow morning at 6am and am planning on taking 3 days to make the ~900 mile trip. Just...
  • Jeremy Collins's WebLog

    Sweet sound of music - a PEZ MP3 player

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    I have an iPod and a Creative Labs MP3 player, and have been reasonably happy with each. However, once this thing comes out, it will trump all my music players if for no other reason than the retro-cool factor. ("Cool" being a relative term, I am of course...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Steve Swallows the Red Pill

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    I have been too head's down to read blogs lately, but I just noticed that Steve Maine swallowed the red pill .
  • .NET Security Blog

    Safe Impersonation With Whidbey

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    Over the last couple of days we've talked about how to impersonate another user , and some security issues to keep in mind while impersonating . Now I'd like to take a look at some new features available in Whidbey which can make the whole process much...
  • Riding Herd

    Capacity planning for PDC

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    There's an interesting discussion about PDC over at Yahoo Groups' Windows Technical: Off Topic forum . Kevin Hegg writes : The last three PDC's were overcrowded, with the last PDC being the worst. The solution seems pretty simple to me. Stop selling more...
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